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post Nov 9 2014, 07:04 PM
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This week's ramblings are now on the front page and in the latest news box.
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post Nov 9 2014, 08:18 PM
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Henry Krinkle was apparently born in Estonia but all of his online presence identifies him as American so he's only another Baltic chart entry by a technicality.
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post Nov 9 2014, 08:41 PM
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QUOTE({ bré } @ Nov 9 2014, 08:18 PM) *
Henry Krinkle was apparently born in Estonia but all of his online presence identifies him as American so he's only another Baltic chart entry by a technicality.

Estonia doesn't get mentioned very often so you cannot begrudge them this moment in the limelight biggrin.gif
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post Nov 9 2014, 08:47 PM
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QUOTE(Suedehead2 @ Nov 9 2014, 08:41 PM) *
Estonia doesn't get mentioned very often so you cannot begrudge them this moment in the limelight biggrin.gif


True! I wonder if there will be a Latvian of some kind to complete the trio soon.

One more thing by the way - Mr Probz' chart weeks have been consecutive. (Oh and another thing, you omitted Damien Rice's name from his paragraph kink.gif)
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post Nov 9 2014, 09:02 PM
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QUOTE({ bré } @ Nov 9 2014, 08:47 PM) *
True! I wonder if there will be a Latvian of some kind to complete the trio soon.

One more thing by the way - Mr Probz' chart weeks have been consecutive. (Oh and another thing, you omitted Damien Rice's name from his paragraph kink.gif)

You were beaten to it on Damien Rice. My excuse was that he had used his letters quota with his unnecessarily long album title tongue.gif
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post Nov 9 2014, 10:07 PM
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As 'ABBA Gold' has risen from No.97 to No.68 in the UK I've up-dated some of my Lists.

THE TOP 200 -- I believe that 'Gold' has 1043 Top 200 Weeks. The OCC says 972 Weeks, as it
only starts counting from about February 1994 when it began doing the UK Charts. 'Gold' had
already had 71 Top 200 weeks by then. 972 + 71 = 1043 Weeks. 'Greatest Hits' by Queen has
over 1,200 Top 200 Weeks, & 'Legend' by Bob Marley & The Wailers has over 1,100 Top 200 Weeks.

LIST A…..ALBUMS WITH THE MOST TOP 75 WEEKS

1)... Gold - Greatest Hits - ABBA - 470 Weeks
2)... Bat Out Of Hell - Meat Loaf - 451 Weeks
3)... Greatest Hits - Queen - 434 Weeks
4)... Legend - Bob Marley & The Wailers - 426 Weeks
5)... Rumours - Fleetwood Mac - 416 Weeks
6)... The Dark Side Of The Moon - Pink Floyd - 364 Weeks

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LIST B…..UK ALBUMS WITH THE MOST CHART WEEKS @@@

1)... Rumours - Fleetwood Mac - 528 Weeks
2)... Greatest Hits - Queen - 496 Weeks
3)... Bat Out Of Hell - Meat Loaf - 485 Weeks
4)... Gold - Greatest Hits - ABBA - 470 Weeks
5)... Legend - Bob Marley & The Wailers - 456 Weeks
6)... The Dark Side Of The Moon - Pink Floyd - 382 Weeks

@@@ = Adding in No.76 to No.100 Positions from W/E 8th August 1981
to W/E 7th January 1989, when the entire Top 100 was counted.

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LIST C…..UK ALBUMS WITH THE MOST TOP 100 WEEKS

1)... Gold - Greatest Hits - ABBA - 690 Weeks
2)... Greatest Hits - Queen - 678 Weeks
3)... Legend - Bob Marley & The Wailers - 671 Weeks
4)... Rumours - Fleetwood Mac - 584 Weeks
5)... Bat Out Of Hell - Meat Loaf - 525 Weeks
6)... The Dark Side Of The Moon - Pink Floyd - 449 Weeks


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post Nov 9 2014, 10:15 PM
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Thanks for that Colin. With ITV showing a Queen special on Tuesday their Greatest Hits will no doubt add to its tally.
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As Cheryl now hold the UK Female Solo Chart Record for No.1 Singles - 5 - I prepared these Lists to put her Chart Feat in context.

Olivia Newton-John -- I regard her as a joint UK/Australian Artist. She was born in Cambridge. Her Family moved to Australia when she was 6 Years old.

Rita Ora -- I regard her as a joint UK/Kosovan Artist. She was born in Kosovo & her Family moved to the UK when she was 1 Year old.

(NOTE - If you spot any omissions or errors then please let me know - Thanks).

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UK FEMALE SOLO ARTISTS WITH THREE - OR MORE - No.1 SINGLES

(W/E 15th November 1952 to W/E 15th November 2014)

(Weeks at No.1 in Brackets)

1)... CHERYL COLE//CHERYL - 5 -- (1 of them with Tinie Tempah) -- (6 Weeks at No.1)

2)=GERI HALLIWELL - 4 -- (5 Weeks at No.1)
2)=RITA ORA - 4 -- (1 of them with DJ Fresh, 1 of them with Tinie Tempah) -- (5 Weeks at No.1)

4)=SANDIE SHAW - 3 -- (9 Weeks at No.1)
4)=OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN - 3 -- (2 with John Travolta, 1 with E.L.O.) -- (18 Weeks at No.1)
4)=BILLIE//BILLIE PIPER - 3 -- (3 Weeks at No.1)
4)=LEONA LEWIS - 3 -- (13 Weeks at No.1)
4)=ALEXANDRA BURKE - 3 -- (1 with Flo Rida, 1 with Laza Morgan) -- (6 Weeks at No.1)
4)=LILY ALLEN - 3 -- (9 Weeks at No.1)
4)=PIXIE LOTT - 3 -- (3 Weeks at No.1)

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FEMALE SOLO ARTISTS WITH THREE - OR MORE - UK No.1 SINGLES

(W/E 15th November 1952 to W/E 15th November 2014)

(Weeks at No.1 in Brackets)

1)... MADONNA - 13 -- (1 with Justin Timberlake) -- (29 Weeks at No.1)

2)... RIHANNA - 8 -- (1 with Jay-Z, 1 with Jay-Z & Kanye West, 1 with Drake, 1 with Calvin Harris, 1 with Eminem) -- (24 Weeks at No.1)

3)... KYLIE MINOGUE - 7 -- (1 with Jason Donovan) -- (16 Weeks at No.1)

4)... BRITNEY SPEARS - 6 -- (1 as Will.I.am Feat. Britney Spears) -- (8 Weeks at No.1)

5)=BEYONCE - 5 -- (1 with Jay-Z, 1 with Shakira, 1 with Lady GaGa) -- (10 Weeks at No.1)
5)=CHERYL COLE - 5 -- (1 with Tinie Tempah) -- (6 Weeks at No.1)

7)=WHITNEY HOUSTON - 4 -- (16 Weeks at No.1)
7)=LADY GAGA - 4 -- (1 with Colby O’Donis, 1 with Beyonce) -- (10 Weeks at No.1)
7)=CHRISTINA AGUILERA - 4 -- (1 with Lil’ Kim, Mya, & Pink, 1 with Redman) -- (7 Weeks at No.1)
7)=GERI HALLIWELL - 4 -- (5 Weeks at No.1)
7)=KATY PERRY - 4 -- (1 with Snoop Dogg) -- (10 Weeks at No.1)
7)=RITA ORA - 4 -- (1 with DJ Fresh, 1 with Tinie Tempah) -- (5 Weeks at No.1)

13)=SANDIE SHAW - 3 -- (9 Weeks at No.1)
13)=CHER - 3 -- (1 with Chrissie Hynde, Neneh Cherry & Eric Clapton) -- (13 Weeks at No.1) @@@
13)=OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN - 3 -- (2 with John Travolta, 1 with E.L.O.) -- (18 Weeks at No.1)
13)=JENNIFER LOPEZ - 3 -- (1 with Pitbull) -- (4 Weeks at No.1)
13)=PINK - 3 -- (1 with Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, & Mya) -- (5 Weeks at No.1)
13)=LILY ALLEN - 3 -- (9 Weeks at No.1)
13)=LEONA LEWIS - 3 -- (13 Weeks at No.1)
13)=ALEXANDRA BURKE - 3 -- (1 with Flo Rida, 1 with Laza Morgan) -- (6 Weeks at No.1)
13)=KE$HA - 3 -- (1 with Flo Rida, 1 with Pitbull) -- (3 Weeks at No.1)
13)=PIXIE LOTT - 3 -- (3 Weeks at No.1)


@@@ = CHER - She would have 4 No.1’s & 15 Weeks at No.1 if you add in ‘I Got You Babe’ - Sonny & Cher from 1965

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FEMALE SOLO ARTISTS WITH THE MOST WEEKS AT No.1 - UK SINGLES CHART

(From W/E 15th November 1952 to W/E 15th November 2014)

(Their Total No.1 Hits in Brackets)

1)... MADONNA - 29 No.1 Weeks -- (4 with Justin Timberlake) -- (13 No.1’s)

2)... RIHANNA - 24 No.1 Weeks -- (10 with Jay-Z, 1 with Jay-Z & Kanye West, 1 with Drake, 6 with Calvin Harris, 1 with Eminem) -- (8 No.1’s)

3)... OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN - 18 No.1 Weeks -- (16 Weeks with John Travolta, 2 Weeks with E.L.O.) -- (3 No.1’s)

4)=KYLIE MINOGUE - 16 No.1 Weeks -- (3 with Jason Donovan) -- (7 No.1’s)
4)=WHITNEY HOUSTON - 16 No.1 Weeks -- (4 No.1’s)

6)... DORIS DAY - 15 No.1 Weeks -- (2 No.1’s)

7)=CHER - 13 No.1 Weeks -- (1 Week with Chrissie Hynde, Neneh Cherry & Eric Clapton) -- (3 No.1’s) @@@
7)=LEONA LEWIS - 13 No.1 Weeks -- (3 No.1’s)

9)... CONNIE FRANCIS - 12 No.1 Weeks -- (All in 1958 - The most by a Solo Female in a Calendar Year) -- (2 No.1’s)

10)=BEYONCE - 10 No.1 Weeks -- (1 with Jay-Z, 3 with Shakira, 2 with Lady GaGa) -- (5 No.1’s)
10)=LADY GAGA - 10 No.1 Weeks -- (3 with Colby O’Donis, 2 with Beyonce) -- (4 No.1’s)
10)=KATY PERRY - 10 No.1 Weeks -- (2 with Snoop Dogg) -- (4 No.1’s)

13)=SANDIE SHAW - 9 No.1 Weeks -- (3 No.1’s)
13)=CELINE DION - 9 No.1 Weeks -- (2 No.1’s)
13)=LILY ALLEN - 9 No.1 Weeks -- (3 No.1’s)

16)=WINIFRED ATWELL - 8 No.1 Weeks -- (2 No.1’s)
16)=BRITNEY SPEARS - 8 No.1 Weeks -- (2 as Will.I.am Feat. Britney Spears) -- (6 No.1’s)
16)=SHAKIRA - 8 No.1 Weeks -- (5 with Wyclef Jean, 3 with Beyonce) -- (2 No.1’s)

@@@ = CHER - She would have 15 No.1 Weeks & 4 No.1’s if you add in ‘I Got You Babe’ - Sonny & Cher from 1965


ADELE - Despite spending 24 Weeks at No.1 in the UK Album Chart, Adele has only had 1 UK No.1 Single - so far. It was ‘Someone Like You’, which
was No.1 for 5 Weeks in 2011. It was the Best Seller of the Year, with over 1,240,000 Sales. Regarding Female Solo Acts, only Madonna has had more
No.1 Album Weeks in the UK - 30. But she needed 12 No.1’s for her 30 Weeks. Adele gained her 24 Weeks from just 2 Albums - ‘19’ = 1 Week + ‘21’ = 23 Weeks.

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Thanks for those extra lists Colin
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